I don't know about you, but being in Saratoga never fails to make me happy. It could be the delicious food, the lack of traffic, or the virtually non-existent crime rate, but I've always thought of Saratoga as being much more of a quaint, intimate village than an actual city. Apparently I'm not the only one who's delighted by all Saratoga has to offer - a recent study by CreditDonkey named Saratoga Springs not just the happiest city in the area, but the happiest city in the entire state of New York!
Op-Ed by Ashley Dingeman
The DZ Farm Meet the Chefs Event took place this past Sunday, October 12th, and I had the pleasure of attending on behalf of Saratoga.com.
After reviewing the invitation, I had a good idea of what to expect when I arrived at the farm, but reality blew out my prior expectations. The beauty of the property was completely overwhelming at first, initially making you forget where you were.
Saratoga is recognized for a variety of reasons, from horse races to spas to fine arts and music. Yet, what about a round of applause for 'toga and its vast ethnic cuisine? On October 11, Saratoga Food Fanatic and Network Saratoga are teaming up to present the FIRST annual Saratoga International Flavorfeast, giving your palate the opportunity to try something new!
Holiday Inn at Saratoga Springs has plans for a $2.5 to $3 million renovation and expansion project.
In addition to standard room upgrades and refresh, there are also some exciting additions planned to help this hotel stay competitive among the ever competitive lodging options in Saratoga Springs.
Here's a highlight of what's in store for the Holiday Inn renovations:
Travers Day has passed, your skin has absorbed all the UV rays you could possibly imagine, the bathing suit section at Target is almost now fully non-existent, and there seems to be a "back-to-school savings" flyer in your mailbox at least twice a week. What does that mean?...Sadly, the summer is drawing to a close.